Over the last 20 years, Agrisera has developed antibodies to study Photosystem I (PSI). This protein complex plays a central role in the conversion of light energy into chemical energy, in the form of ATP and NADPH. This energy is then used to power the biochemical reactions of photosynthesis, and ultimately produce carbohydrates. Agrisera antibodies specifically targeting PSI components can help accurately identify and quantify these proteins in plant, algal and diatom samples. This enables comparative studies, and facilitates the understanding of photosynthetic processes across a wide taxonomic range.

Agrisera PSI antibodies can be applied in:

Western blotting to detect the presence of PSI subunits in plant, algae and diatom samples, which will help in understanding the expression levels of PSI proteins under different experimental conditions.

• Immunofluorescence and Immunohistochemistry to visualize the spatial distribution of PSI within plant and algal cells to study the subcellular localization of PSI and its dynamics under various physiological conditions.

• Co-immunoprecipitation (Co-IP) to identify protein-protein interactions involving PSI subunits or associated proteins. to determine the molecular interactions and protein complexes involved in PSI function and regulation.

Agrisera PSI antibodies will help determine the impact of genetic mutations on PSI function and assembly.

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Agrisera PSI antibodies serve as valuable tools for investigating various aspects of PSI structure, function, and regulation in photosynthetic organisms. You can rely on the strong publication record for these antibodies.

Choose a set of PSI antibodies for your studies: 

PsaB | PsaD | PsaC | PsaEPsaA | PsaK | PsaN | PsaL | PsaF | PsaH | PsaG | PsaO

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